No staff at the entrance and a map that was not at all accurate. I'm sure the scenery is great. Unfortunately we were there during the wettest June on record. Still we expected mud and water so that wasn't surprising. But having no one to help guide us on which trails might be drier and then having a map that was obviously not accurate did not help. We did not get to Minneopa, but Nerstrand was much better even though it too was muddy and some trails were completely underwater. Note that the Sakatah TRAIL is very nice. But that's another thing, you would think that if there was a State Trail going through a State Park there'd be trail access with parking there. You'd be wrong.
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